Marvin Rice, a former Missouri sheriff's deputy was charged with murdering an ex-lover and her boyfriend, and assaulting a law enforcement officer by exchanging gunfire. He could face life in prison or the death penalty if convicted.
A 19-year-old who was texting while driving caused a fatal accident on Aug. 5, 2010, and now the National Transportation Safety Board will meet to hear results of the investigation and make safety recommendations.
The man, who was being held in the jail at Lexington on federal drug-related charges, escaped Sunday afternoon through a maintenance room to the jail's roof.
The Rock Bridge girls basketball team won 55-25 at Lafayette on Monday in Wildwood.
Ryan Dillon, an aide to former Congressman Ike Skelton, said he plans to run for Missouri secretary of state.
A $26 million grant has been approved by the Missouri House. But ideologues in the state Senate have vowed to block any measure that brings the state into compliance with “Obamacare.”
Thursday's "One 4 One Holiday Food Drive" will be held from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday at Gerbes on Nifong Boulevard and in the parking lot on the northeast corner of Broadway and Providence Road.
The Chiefs fired Todd Haley after the team fell to 5-8 with a loss to the New York Jets on Sunday.
Marvin Rice, who is suspected of killing an ex-lover and her boyfriend, was arrested after a high-speed chase that ended in a shootout in a hotel near the state Capitol.
The UM System Board of Curators will announce the new president at an event in the Reynolds Alumni Center Tuesday at 10 a.m.